Aug 25, 2013 9:00am EDT
the court ruled the way it did in terms of higher education in michigan and texas. i don't think that is going to exist. i think you need civil rights leaders to speak out against crime in the black community, to speak out against these hip-hop leaders, to say to kids, here is how you can make it in this country and stop thinking just because you're black there is a reason or excuse for not achieving. >> all right. we have to take a break here, when we come back, the ongoing split inside the gop how to stop obama care. >>> first, get fox news' daily newsletters straight in your news box. sign up now at foxnews.com/fox news first. i read it every day. >> announcer: meet mary. she loves to shop online with her debit card and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts and stole her hard-earned money. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. if mary had lifelock's bank account a
Aug 18, 2013 6:00am PDT
of ours. just ask steve hartman. >> out in the middle of the west texas desert, it almost looks like a mirage. like a man in a white polo shirt with maybe a seven iron? talk about off course. >> all right. down center. >> reporter: we found 24-year-old law student luke miles from the nearest fairway hitting shot after shot toward the eastern horizon. how many strokes so far? >> i think we're about 16,000 and change. >> reporter: what is is par? what have you calculated par to be? >> i estimated 48,000. that was based off of a feasibility study that i did in indiana. >> reporter: obviously this is no ordinary golf hole. in fact this may be the world's longest golf hole. stretching from tee to shining tee. luke began golfing across the country in may at the pacific ocean. >> a good one. reporter: the purpose is partly to raise money for charity and partly just to see if it can be done. it hasn't been easy. he's had bad lies on railroad ties and one right spank under a tank. luke has hit a lot of stuff although fortunately not any people. at least he hadn't by the time i first met him i
Aug 4, 2013 6:00am PDT
>> reporter: she was raised by her grandmother, first in texas where burnett was born. then in hollywood where they shared a one-room apartment. they lived on government assistance. their own escape was the movies. >> nanny would save up her pennies. at times i think sometimes i would see maybe eight movies a week. >> reporter: she never thought she would be a star herself. she actually wanted to be a writer. so she enrolled at ucla and found herself playing a hill billy in the theater arts program. on her first night on stage, everything changed. >> all i said was, "i'm back." and everybody laughed. and i thought, whoa, this is... i like this feeling. i really like this feeling. >> reporter: that feeling took her to broadway. >> i've always been shy. ♪ i confess that i'm shy >> reporter: there she landed the starring role in "once upon a mattress." >> once i got out there and started to belt out the first number, i felt again like i'm back. >> carol burnett. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: the small screen soon took notice. before long, the woman once thought to be too big to be on tv.
Aug 18, 2013 9:00am EDT
a massive communication network a hundred years before the new yorkers. upon hearing this, bubba from texas, dug down 30 feet on his farm and found absolutely nothing. he concluded three hundred years ago, texans had already gone wireless. (laughter) all right! hold up your bible, say it like you mean it. this is my bible. i am what it says i am. i have what it says i have. i can do what it says i can do. today i will be taught the word of god. i boldly confess: my mind is alert. my heart is receptive. i will never be the same. in jesus' name. god bless you. i want to talk to you today about something that you've never seen. i grew up in a minister's home and we always had church and auditoriums and traditional sanctuaries. that's what everybody did. but in 2005, god gave us this beautiful facility. now, we have church in a former sports arena. that's something that i had never seen. i worked 17 years behind the scenes at the church doing the television production and i thought that's how i would spend my life. but when my father went to be with the lord, i was suddenly thrust into this pos